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Long Beach Bombers
Long Beach Bombers logo
City: Lakewood, California
League: WSHL
Division: Western
Founded: 1995
Home Arena: Glacial Garden Skating Arena
Colors: Blue-Gray, Black, and White
General Manager: Chris White
Head Coach: Chris White
Franchise history
1994–1996: Anaheim Jr. Ducks
1996–2006: Southern California Jr. Bombers
2006–2010: Bay City Bombers
2010–present: Long Beach Bombers

The Long Beach Bombers are an Amateur Athletic Union-sanctioned junior ice hockey team in Western Division of the Western States Hockey League (WSHL). The team plays their home games at the Glacial Garden Skating Arena in Lakewood, California, California.[1][2][3]

HistoryEdit

Before moving to Tier III Junior A hockey, the Bombers competed in Junior B hockey from 1994 until 2007 when the team and WSHL were upgraded to Tier III Jr. A status. In 2011, the league left USA Hockey sanctioning and joined the Amateur Athletic Union and in 2012, the AAU-sanctioned United Hockey Union. The Bombers are currently considered Tier II under the AAU sanctioning.

The team was a founding member of the WSHL in 1994 as the Anaheim Jr. Ducks and won the first two Thorne Cup Championships of the league's existence. The franchise then changed their name to the Southern California Jr. Bombers in the 1996 offseason, became the Bay City Bombers in 2006, and then revised their name once more becoming the Long Beach Bombers in 2010. The Bombers are currently the only founding franchise of the WSHL still playing in the league.

Season-by-season recordsEdit

Season GP W L OTL Pts GF GA PIM Finish Playoffs
Anaheim Junior Ducks
1994-95 Information Unavailable Won Championship
1995-96 Information Unavailable Won Championship
Southern Califonia Junior Bombers
1996-97 Information Unavailable
1997-98 Information Unavailable
1998-99 Information Unavailable
1999-00 Information Unavailable
2000-01 Information Unavailable
2001-02 Information Unavailable
2002-03 38 31 7 0 62 311 154 - 2nd overall
2003-04 32 13 16 3 29 152 185 - 3rd overall
2004-05 32 19 12 1 39 193 175 - 3rd overall
2005-06 42 23 19 0 46 198 184 - 4th Western
Bay City Bombers
2006-07 47 28 15 4 60 232 210 - T-2nd Western
2007-08 51 5 43 3 13 109 336 1159 5th Western
Southern California Bombers
2008-09 48 11 33 4 26 116 244 793 4th Western
Long Beach Bombers
2009-10 49 15 28 6 36 136 218 1429 6th Western
2010–11 46 18 26 2 38 156 179 6th of 8, Western
10th of 13, WSHL
Did not qualify
2011–12 46 16 27 3 35 157 236 1192 5th of 6, Western
12th of 16, WSHL
Did not qualify
2012–13 46 19 25 2 40 165 228 1129 6th of 6, Western
15th of 22 WSHL
Did not qualify
2013–14 46 28 18 0 56 228 170 1133 4th of 6, Pacific
11th of 24, WSHL
Lost Div. Semifinals, 0-2 vs. Fresno Monsters
2014–15 46 33 13 0 66 215 140 1044 3rd of 8, Western
9th of 28, WSHL
Lost Div. Quarterfinals, 1-2 vs. San Diego Gulls
2015–16 52 39 10 3 81 247 135 1333 2nd of 8, Western
5th of 29, WSHL
Div. Quarterfinals, BYE
Won Div. Semifinals, 2-0 vs. Fresno Monsters
Won Div. Finals, 2-0 vs. Valencia Flyers
Lost Thorne Cup Semifinals, 0-2 vs. Idaho Jr. Steelheads

AlumniEdit

The Bombers have had a number of alumni move on to higher levels of junior, college, and pro ice hockey.[4]

ReferencesEdit

External links Edit

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